OPEN LETTER TO THE GOVERNMENT: Thanks for the picture, but the backlash speaks a thousand words – By Arion Lawrence

OPEN LETTER TO THE GOVERNMENT: Thanks for the picture, but the backlash speaks a thousand words – By Arion Lawrence Seeing diverse images of fatherhood in the mainstream is always well received. As a black dad, to a mixed race son, it’s encouraging to feel Read More …

How to find diverse books for your family – by Patrick Adom

How to find diverse books for your family Diversity in children’s literature A recent study that shows there is a serious lack of diverse books, just 1% of children’s books in Britain star a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic (BAME) character, and only 4% feature Read More …

The dad podcast for figuring out fatherhood #DaddyDebates

Finally, finally, finally the dad podcast for figuring out fatherhood is here! We’ve been working hard over the last few months and we’ve been fitting in the time, you know, with us being busy dads, to spend some time away from fatherhood – to discuss Read More …

Invisible Men – the travel project for Fathers of Colour – by Jonah Batambuze

Travelling is in my DNA Well before I exited my mother’s womb, traveling was a part of my DNA. In 1975, my parents fled Uganda to chase the American dream. Their goal was simple. Escape the tyranny of the dictator Idi Amin — and find Read More …

Maintaining a balanced cultural identity for my mixed race son – by A Law

Maintaining a balanced cultural identity for my mixed race son Black History Month I’ve always felt some discomfort around Black History Month. Held annually in October in the UK (and February in America and Canada), I’ve always felt there was something tokenistic about it; an Read More …